First Cobalt begins testing refinery residue, waste piles
from Canadian Mining Journal
Toronto-headquartered First Cobalt Corp. has begun metallurgical testing of high grade refinery residue and crushed waste at its mill in Cobalt. This study could provide the company with an early source of cash flow. Testing will be done on three piles totaling 6,500 tonnes with a historic estimate. The grades range from 0.65 per cent to 1.55 per cent cobalt, but they are not 43-101 compliant. One of the piles consists of broken rock from the old Kerr mines and mill. Another pile consists of previously processed high grade refinery residue. The third pile is a mix of both materials.
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